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... our way to another country. This time we had a train journey from Hull to Stansted airport, during which I remembered we needed to check in online. Budget airlines certainly know where to cut costs, and printing off your own boarding card is one thing you can't do on an ipad, not unless you carry around a printer as well. Despite thinking we'd checked in whilst on the train, when we arrived at the airport we were told we had ...
We arrived at Cabo de Gata around 2 pm which has beautiful beaches with clear water but full of sea urchins, on top of that we got hassled by aggressive flies and sandblasted as there was a special wind called the Poniente for a couple of days. We won't be staying to long I think. We stayed a couple of hours on the beach and than took the car and went into the small village down hill. No way to find a tv with the pay channel that would ...
We have moved campsites today, about 10 kms up the road to Las Negras. The campsite is practically on the beach. The price and size of the pitches reflect this. High price – small pitches.
Today we rest and tomorrow we finish walking this stretch of the coastline.
Friday 2nd May
The plan was to walk towards Agua Amarga from Las Negras and see how far we get. Las ...
... back to Los Escullos. We passed a few old wells that used donkeys to turn the wheel to bring up the water which would then travel down small aqueducts. The coast line is beautiful with turquoise sea lapping at the base of the cliffs.
I had to do some washing this evening - whilst on the walk and having seen nobody else for hours, I was surprised by a mountain biker whilst using my she-wee. Don’t ask!
Wednesday 30th April
A super campsite on the beach, warm again at 30C when we arrived but cooling to 23 C overnight. 100 metres to the beach and 50 metres into the village, facilities excellent and pitch sizes huge for Spain. Very full though with a majority of people staying for the long term over the winter with complex set ups, settees and wide screen tv in their awning ...